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肖甜,王燕,杨帆,等. 基于CiteSpace的蜂蜜安全性研究现状与热点分析[J]. 食品工业科技,2024,45(13):1−13. doi: 10.13386/j.issn1002-0306.2023080304.
引用本文: 肖甜,王燕,杨帆,等. 基于CiteSpace的蜂蜜安全性研究现状与热点分析[J]. 食品工业科技,2024,45(13):1−13. doi: 10.13386/j.issn1002-0306.2023080304.
XIAO Tian, WANG Yan, YANG Fan, et al. Current Status and Hotspot Analysis of Honey Safety Research Based on CiteSpace[J]. Science and Technology of Food Industry, 2024, 45(13): 1−13. (in Chinese with English abstract). doi: 10.13386/j.issn1002-0306.2023080304.
Citation: XIAO Tian, WANG Yan, YANG Fan, et al. Current Status and Hotspot Analysis of Honey Safety Research Based on CiteSpace[J]. Science and Technology of Food Industry, 2024, 45(13): 1−13. (in Chinese with English abstract). doi: 10.13386/j.issn1002-0306.2023080304.

基于CiteSpace的蜂蜜安全性研究现状与热点分析

Current Status and Hotspot Analysis of Honey Safety Research Based on CiteSpace

  • 摘要: 为了梳理蜂蜜安全性研究的现状及热点,本文基于中国知网(CNKI)数据库和Web of Science(WOS)核心数据库,运用CiteSpace软件对发文趋势、发表期刊、作者、机构、国家(地区)、关键词等内容进行分析及可视化展示。从上述数据库中得到169篇中文文献和281篇英文文献。分析表明蜂蜜安全性研究方向中文文献的发文量自2011年起呈上升趋势,英文文献发文量自2007年起呈现出波动性上升趋势,近十五年来英文文献的发文量多于中文文献;张强和Gunduz A分别是发表中文和英文文献量最多的作者,中英文研究领域的学者之间有相对固定的研究合作关系,但各个团体之间的合作程度较低;《蜜蜂杂志》和《Food Chemistry》分别是发表蜂蜜安全性文献最多的中英文期刊,中英文发文期刊都以食品领域为主;云南省疾病预防控制中心和Karadeniz Technical University分别是发表中文和英文文献量最多的研究机构,国内研究机构间的合作较少;研究国家(地区)中土耳其是影响力最大的国家,其次是中国、波兰和新西兰;中文文献在研究初期以“肉毒杆菌”“粉源植物”“雷公藤”“蜂蜜中毒”等为研究热点;2000年之后,色谱、光谱、扫描电镜等技术日渐成熟,“蜂蜜孢粉学”“气相色谱”等关键词出现,气相色谱、液相色谱、液质联用、扫描电镜等检测手段成为蜂蜜安全性研究中的热门研究方法。英文文献在研究初期以“pyrrolizidine alkaloids”“mad honey”“grayanotoxin”“natural toxicants”等为研究热点,说明此阶段主要是研究毒蜂蜜以及吡咯里西啶生物碱、梫木毒素等蜂蜜中检测到的天然毒素;随着色谱等技术的发展,“mass spectrometry”等关键词开始出现。可以看出,中英文文献研究在热点领域基本一致,都是以有毒蜜、蜂蜜中毒、蜂蜜中毒性成分检测和溯源等为主;但在侧重点上略有不同,国内有毒蜜源植物以雷公藤、钩吻、博落回等为主,蜂蜜中毒性成分检测以雷公藤甲素、钩吻素子等成分为主,国外蜂蜜中毒事件多是因为梫木毒素、吡咯西啶生物碱或羟基马桑毒素等造成。本研究为分析蜂蜜安全性的研究内容和发展历程及判断研究热点提供参考。

     

    Abstract: In order to sort out the research process and hotspots of honey safety, this paper was based on the China national knowledge infrastructure (CNKI) database and the Web of Science (WOS) core collection, utilizing CiteSpace software to analyze and visualize publication trends, journals, authors, institutions, countries (regions), keywords, and other relevant information. The aforementioned databases yielded a total of 169 Chinese and 281 English literatures. The analysis revealed that the number of publications in Chinese literature on honey safety had been steadily increasing since 2011. The number of publications in English literature had displayed an oscillating upward trend since 2007, with a higher volume of publications in English literature over the past fifteen years compared to Chinese literature. ZHANG Q and GUNDUZ A were the most prolific authors in Chinese and English literature, respectively. While there were established cooperative relationships between researchers in both fields, collaborations between different groups remained relatively limited. Journal of Bee and Food Chemistry were the leading journals for publications on honey safety in English and Chinese, respectively. Both English and Chinese publishing journals primarily focused on the food industry. Yunnan Province Center for Disease Control and Prevention and Karadeniz Technical University were the research institutions with the highest publication output in Chinese and English, respectively. However, there was limited collaboration between research institutes in China. Turkey was the most influential country among the study countries (regions), followed by China, Poland, and New Zealand. During the initial stages of research, Chinese literature primarily explored topics such as "botulinum toxin" "pollen plants" "Triperygium wilfordii Hook. f." and "honey poisoning". However, after 2000, advancements in technologies such as chromatography, spectroscopy, and scanning electron microscopy led to the emergence of new keywords like "melissopalynology" and "gas chromatography". Consequently, gas chromatography, liquid chromatography, liquid-mass spectrometry, and scanning electron microscopy gained popularity as methods for detecting honey safety in research. During the early stages of research, English literature primarily delved into topics such as "pyrrolizidine alkaloids" "mad honey" "grayanotoxin" and "natural toxicants". This indicates that during this time, the primary emphasis was on studying toxic honey and natural toxins found in honey, specifically pyrrolizidine alkaloids and grayanotoxin. As technologies such as chromatography advanced, keywords like "mass spectrometry" began to emerge. It could be seen that the research in Chinese and English literature was focused on similar topics, such as toxic honey, honey poisoning, and the detection and tracing of toxic components in honey. However, there were slight differences in emphasis. In China, the main toxic nectar plants were Triperygium wilfordii Hook. f., Gelsemium elegans (Gardn. & Champ.) Benth. and Macleaya cordata (Willd.) R. Br., while the main toxic components detected in honey were triptolide and koumine. In foreign countries, honey poisoning incidents were mostly caused by grayanotoxin, pyrrolizidine alkaloids or tutin. This study provides reference for analyzing the research content and development process of honey safety and identifying research hotspots.

     

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